Peripheral Artery Disease

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Spectrum Health is offering free vascular screenings throughout February to those who qualify.

For more information, please call 877.495.2626. Option 4 

Tuesday, February 3:

West Pavilion Urgent Care

6150 Wilson Ave. SW, Wyoming

Kelsey Hospital Radiolgy

418 Washington St., Lakeview


Thursday, February 5

Gerber Memorial Hospital Radiology

212 S. Sullivan St., Fremont


Tuesday, February 10

United Hospital Radiology

615 S. Bower St., Greenville


SHMG Vascular Surgery

4069 Lake Dr., Grand Rapids


Thursday, February 12

Reed City Hospital

300 North Patterson Road, Reed City


Wednesday, February 18

West Pavilion Urgent Care

6150 Wilson Ave. SW, Wyoming


Zeeland Community Hospital

8333 Felch Street, Zeeland


Thursday, February 19:

Gerber Memorial Hospital

212 S. Sullivan Street, Fremont


Wednesday, January 28:

Grand Haven – Vascular Surgery

16986 Robbins Rd. Suite 180

To qualify for a free Vascular Screening, you must have at least two of the following risk factors:

• Diabetes

• Age 60 or older

• Hypertension

• History of smoking

• High cholesterol

• Family history of abdominal aortic aneurys


As West Michigan’s largest group of vascular surgeons, we treat all types of circulatory diseases that affect arteries and veins. Our services include a full range of treatment options from minimally invasive procedures to open surgical repair.

Our experienced, nationally renowned team leads the vascular surgery program at Spectrum Health. We also work with other heart and vascular specialists to diagnose and treat all vascular conditions, includingperipheral vascular diseases.

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